This study aimed to identify the legitimate rights of children ininternational and domestic treaties, as well as the evaluation of kindergartenprogrammes in Gaza in the light of the legal rights of children fromthe principal’s viewpoint.It also aimed to detect if there are significantdifferences in the level of significance (α ≤ 0.05) due to variables of (sex,supervision, years of service, and educational qualification) .The study useda questionnaire (63) a distributed on five areas, distributed to (65) itemsas director and director (16.5%) members of the original society.The studyfound the following results:The total degree for college class assessing respondents to kindergartenprogrammes in Gaza in light of the legal rights of children was (75.728%)It is an intermediate level, first, on the “right to play” in the first place, thefifth area (protection from violence and abuse) came in the last place.Therewere significant differences at the level of significance (α ≤ 0.05) there wereno attributable to the variables of (sex, years of service, and educationalqualifications) .While there were no differences due to the variable:dependency (the supervisor) , in favour of private kindergartens.Based on theabove results in this study, the researcher recommends the following:It is necessary for children to learn in kindergartens through directexperience as it is more influential and effective.It is necessary to support thechild’s right to knowledge and his right to participate and take responsibilitythrough the involvement in the preparation of the daily activity programme,and to make every child involved in such activities
Assaf, Mahmoud Abd Almajeed
"Assessment of the Presented Kindergarten Programs in Gaza in accordance with the Children’s Legitimate Rights from the Perspective of the Principals.,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 2:
5, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol2/iss5/10